Steven Peeples was a person who lived in North Philadelphia. He was killed in a shooting that happened out of the blue. Steven was found by the police and someone from his family unconscious and not responding. When they heard that Steven Peeples had died, his family and close relatives were devastated. They wrote online obituaries to express their sorrow and condolences. Steven was also someone who many people in his family liked and cared about. FOLLOW FOR MORE UPDATES newsyorbits.com
Steven was only 39 years old when he was shot and killed. Steven’s family said that he died after he was reported to be away from home. Steven’s family and the police both found him nearby when they found him unconscious. This happened on Sunday morning, and Steven’s room on the 1300 block of West Lippincott Street was where he was found lying down. At 1:40 am, Steven was shot, and the police took him to the Temple University hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 2 am. FOLLOW FOR MORE UPDATES TWITTER
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When the police found Steven, they said he was unconscious, and by the time they got him to the hospital, he had already died. The police also said that Steven had been shot in the head and the stomach and had died. Even though many days have gone by, the police still haven’t found a suspect in this case. They also haven’t found a reason why Steven was shot or killed. Many people said that it’s still not clear what Steven was trying to do when he shot the man. Since the police haven’t found a suspect yet, they asked the public to help them solve the case. They asked people to call 911 if they knew anything about Steven’s case.
When talking about Steven’s family, it was said that he has a big one with his wife, his cousins, his uncles, etc. His wife’s name is Nancy, and the name of his son and his wife is Steven Peeples and Mount Vernon. His cousin Scott and his wife Beth, as well as his grandson Lucas and his wife Britanny, were there. While Steven’s partners, like his brother Beil, his sister Sue, and even his nephew Niel Eddie WilliamsII, were better than him. Everyone in the family posted their condolences online, including pictures and stories.